Polish Senate recognizes Russian authorities as a terrorist regime
The Senate of Poland unanimously, by 85 votes, adopted a resolution recognizing the authorities of the Russian Federation as a terrorist regime.
In the resolution, the Senate “strongly condemns the Russian aggression and calls on all countries that support peace, democracy and human rights to recognize the power of the Russian Federation as a terrorist regime.”
Senators emphasize that the heroic defense of independence by the citizens of Ukraine caused the admiration of the entire free world. “Today, Ukraine is the most important place where democracy and freedom are protected,” the statement says.
“Europeans believed that they would never again be threatened with genocide and war crimes. Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin and his apparatus of violence have returned to the brutal practices of the Stalinist and Nazi regimes,” the statement reads.